Brent wants to share photos with friends and family and wants to know the safest way to share them. Leo suggests DropBox. He can securely share images by dragging and dropping images to a folder on his PC that will then upload them to the cloud. Then he can share the images by sending his friends a link to the folder he's given them permission to access.
What about sharing live video streams using his webcam? Leo suggests DropCam. He uses it at the Brickhouse Studios and anyone can view the action at twit.tv/dropcams. Brent is wondering if the resolution can be altered. Leo isn't sure that he can do that specifically, but he can buy either SD or HD cameras.
From the Chatroom - if he has his own cameras, then using UStream is another good option. And with its free producer software, he can use up to 4 different cameras and switch between them. One thing he will have to keep in mind is that upstream bandwidth is far slower than downstream. When he's sending out video, he'll be using up all of his bandwidth, so he can't do anything else or the quality will degrade.